So what you have said is that you have proof that your husband was incarcerated on the day of the alleged crime. If so, it would be great proof to have the case dismissed. However, most DAs are not so quick to dismiss a case, even when it is obvious that the...Read more »
If its oversight is by TDCJ-ID, the halfway house operator, more likely than not, has to follow guidelines that TDCJ-ID issues. Are you in the process of being released on Parole from TDCJ-ID? It sounds like you have been released to a transitional type facility. If so, you have to follow their...Read more »
Sorry, no one can give advice to you about your specific situation - which none of us know, and should not be posted online here or anywhere else. You need to speak to a criminal defense lawyer in your area. If you can't afford a lawyer, ask to talk to a public defender.
We have Troy's judgement that we can send and also he has his paper work from the parole board that he received before going to the program and it said nothing about child safety zone. We understand that the trial judge and the parole board are the only ones who have authority to put... Read more »
I would love to have more information and documents to give you a comprehensive answer. However, with the info you gave you are correct when you say only the judge or board may add or change restrictions on a sentence or...Read more »
The discharge date doesn't matter once the blue warrant is issued. Your parole clock stopped ticking. You will be arrested on the blue warrant and then they will decide what to do with you. You could be sent to prison to finish the sentence.
To get an Expunction in Texas, there can NOT have been a Conviction for the underlying crime. In other words, if you were charged with family assault, but went to trial and won, you could get the arrest removed. But if you took a plea or were otherwise convicted, even if you only received...Read more »
I thought it was 7 years but that was in 2013 and I just applied for a job (2021) and it came out on my record and I was not accepted. Is the 7years after found guilty date or after the 5 years probation was completed?
Criminal records never expire. If the employer does a criminal background check then it will show up forever. The seven-year rule is about CONSUMER records so that is stuff like your credit report and liens. Some consumer reports also include criminal information, so those might only show 7...Read more »
Is this a criminal and/or civil matter? The collateral in question was the key to my storage unit which contained $30k-$40k worth of personal property. When no loan was ever produced I asked for key to be returned the day that the offer of a loan was proposed. They refused. I found out 2 weeks... Read more »
I will assume all you tell me in the question is true. If the person who is now in possession of your property, got it through false information or "trickery" that would be a crime in Texas. I hope you have proof of your inventory. If not it...Read more »
Someone I know stole something from one county, has already been sentenced to tdc time, and is currently doing time . In another county, they are trying to charge 2 other people with the same charge. He already has admitted to guilt to the crime and got sentenced. I do not understand how they can... Read more »
If anyone can fix the conviction, it will be an expert in criminal appeals, and that will be expensive. However, if you were granted a pardon by the Governor of Texas, then you could file for an expunction of the records. That might be just as good of a result, depending on your goals....Read more »
Nor is there an existing cause number as stated in the indictment notes as reason for enhancement. Also no judges signature or county info on the indictment. Indictment received in the mail at the address where alleged victim resides also the defendants residence, but there is a protective order... Read more »
An officer can investigate a person sleeping in their car to make sure they are safe and not in medical distress but they shouldn't be searching without consent unless they saw or smelled something during the initial investigation that indicated a crime.
Cause number cr172821. I told them to recheck warrant and I had paperwork from dismissal. Told them the jail refunded my bond in full so I know it was dismissed before arraaigned. Rude and hateful refused to acknowledge I was even present other than to laugh and tighten cuffs and take me to jail.... Read more »
Consult an attorney who files lawsuits in federal court against law enforcement for civil rights violations under "Section 1983." It is doubtful you will find such an attorney in Midland... you're probably talking about an attorney from a city with millions of residents. The good...Read more »
the answer was NO He did anyways was arrested unlawfully and was illegally in jail for over a month till someone advocated for me and had all the charges lifted. A very painful agonizing ordeal for many, what do I do now? Can I file a civil suit against the department against the county against the... Read more »
You should consult an attorney who takes FEDERAL civil rights cases under Section 1983.
From a criminal law perspective, the severity of policy mistakes that could result in a prosecutor dismissing a case is lower than the severity of police mistakes necessary to justify a ruling against...Read more »
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